Microsoft Word RIP

Another Scrivener convert.

I especially like the pie chart showing feature bloat in Word. I already knew, but this visualizes how Microsoft went wrong after Word 95.

20 Comments Microsoft Word RIP

  1. allison@podfeet.com

    Interesting that what you got out of this is the author converted to Scrivener. What I got out if it was that Word is dead and wikis are where we write now.

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  2. allison@podfeet.com

    Interesting that what you got out of this is the author converted to Scrivener. What I got out if it was that Word is dead and wikis are where we write now.

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  3. allison@podfeet.com

    Interesting that what you got out of this is the author converted to Scrivener. What I got out if it was that Word is dead and wikis are where we write now.

    Reply
  4. allison@podfeet.com

    Interesting that what you got out of this is the author converted to Scrivener. What I got out if it was that Word is dead and wikis are where we write now.

    Reply
  5. allison@podfeet.com

    Interesting that what you got out of this is the author converted to Scrivener. What I got out if it was that Word is dead and wikis are where we write now.

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  6. steveklinck@mac.com

    “Why do we do this? Because everyone uses Word, so we have to. And why does everyone use Word? Because everyone uses Word.”

    Couldn’t have put it better myself.

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  7. steveklinck@mac.com

    “Why do we do this? Because everyone uses Word, so we have to. And why does everyone use Word? Because everyone uses Word.”

    Couldn’t have put it better myself.

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  8. steveklinck@mac.com

    “Why do we do this? Because everyone uses Word, so we have to. And why does everyone use Word? Because everyone uses Word.”

    Couldn’t have put it better myself.

    Reply
  9. steveklinck@mac.com

    “Why do we do this? Because everyone uses Word, so we have to. And why does everyone use Word? Because everyone uses Word.”

    Couldn’t have put it better myself.

    Reply
  10. steveklinck@mac.com

    “Why do we do this? Because everyone uses Word, so we have to. And why does everyone use Word? Because everyone uses Word.”

    Couldn’t have put it better myself.

    Reply
  11. jkiernan@mac.com

    Ok I took the bait and downloaded Scrivener. I am almost through the tutorial. I am impressed. I think you need to blog about 10 unique ways you use Scrivener in your law practice. Just reading the tutorial is flooding my mind with ideas. Obviously briefs, but with split screen you could use for transcription or put a deposition transcript in the top and take notes in the lower screen. Trial notebook. And the full screen with ability to have reference material in the background. I can see why this is you favorite Mac program. So how about it, tell us more about how you use Scrivener. And do you ever use it and export to Keynote?

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  12. jkiernan@mac.com

    Ok I took the bait and downloaded Scrivener. I am almost through the tutorial. I am impressed. I think you need to blog about 10 unique ways you use Scrivener in your law practice. Just reading the tutorial is flooding my mind with ideas. Obviously briefs, but with split screen you could use for transcription or put a deposition transcript in the top and take notes in the lower screen. Trial notebook. And the full screen with ability to have reference material in the background. I can see why this is you favorite Mac program. So how about it, tell us more about how you use Scrivener. And do you ever use it and export to Keynote?

    Reply
  13. jkiernan@mac.com

    Ok I took the bait and downloaded Scrivener. I am almost through the tutorial. I am impressed. I think you need to blog about 10 unique ways you use Scrivener in your law practice. Just reading the tutorial is flooding my mind with ideas. Obviously briefs, but with split screen you could use for transcription or put a deposition transcript in the top and take notes in the lower screen. Trial notebook. And the full screen with ability to have reference material in the background. I can see why this is you favorite Mac program. So how about it, tell us more about how you use Scrivener. And do you ever use it and export to Keynote?

    Reply
  14. jkiernan@mac.com

    Ok I took the bait and downloaded Scrivener. I am almost through the tutorial. I am impressed. I think you need to blog about 10 unique ways you use Scrivener in your law practice. Just reading the tutorial is flooding my mind with ideas. Obviously briefs, but with split screen you could use for transcription or put a deposition transcript in the top and take notes in the lower screen. Trial notebook. And the full screen with ability to have reference material in the background. I can see why this is you favorite Mac program. So how about it, tell us more about how you use Scrivener. And do you ever use it and export to Keynote?

    Reply
  15. jkiernan@mac.com

    Ok I took the bait and downloaded Scrivener. I am almost through the tutorial. I am impressed. I think you need to blog about 10 unique ways you use Scrivener in your law practice. Just reading the tutorial is flooding my mind with ideas. Obviously briefs, but with split screen you could use for transcription or put a deposition transcript in the top and take notes in the lower screen. Trial notebook. And the full screen with ability to have reference material in the background. I can see why this is you favorite Mac program. So how about it, tell us more about how you use Scrivener. And do you ever use it and export to Keynote?

    Reply

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